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Re: zen and debconf

> A couple of hours ago it hit me, we shouldnt be trying to invent the
> wheel, we can use a web browser as the defualt user interface and a web
> server as the backend (e.g. the kernel web server). Using html should
> have a number of advantages in the tools available to use such as web
> servers, proxies, remote backends, remote UI, debconf package scripts
> developed as html.

Debconf already supports a web interface, with it's own HTML generation
and minimum server. IOW, debconf wont need apache, khttpd or any other
web server, since it's all built-in (correct me if I misunderstand joey).

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